Elevated atmospheric boundary layer over the Swiss Alps during the August 2003 heat wave
An unusual elevated atmospheric boundary layer (ABL) at altitudes of Lip to 5000 m was observed, using a combination of elastic and water vapor lidars, during a 10-day period in 2003. There was a persistent stationary anticyclonic regime over Western Europe. The presence of the elevated ABL and nighttime residual layer was confirmed in central Europe with data obtained from regional radiosoundings.
Record created on 2011-07-29, modified on 2017-02-23